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Have a couple with 7 shot titanium cylinders in 38 spl (so they are legal here in Mexico).

I just love them!

They both have Arhends grips now.
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An old pic of my 4 inch no dash 586 duty gun, along with a series 70 Colt GC, and a Ruger SB. Circa maybe 1981.

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Here is my 586 No Dash that I recently acquired.
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My one and only S&W Model 586.

I was gifted this gun.

I then sent it to Wilson Combat in Berryville, Arkansas.

I had it Mag-na-ported.

Had the forcing cone angle changed to 11 degrees.

Had the trigger polished.

And, a complete action tune-up.


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I have a couple 586 no-dashs. The one on the left is pretty much a safe queen. It is a very early one with serial number AAA62XX. I have the original stocks but I found the ones on it now on eBay a while back....since I liked the look I put them on it. To my knowledge this one has had only 12 rounds shot through it. The one on the right is an early no-dash also, with a serial number of ACU27XX. I have the original stocks for it also, but because this one gets shot and carried hunting & camping a lot I put the Pachmayr stocks on it.

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I've posted pictures of mine before in other threads it is by far my favorite Smith 586-4 with Culina grips.
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All these 586s are beautiful but wow, Lou_the_welder, what a nice 2.5Ē 586 you have there! Fantastic combat stocks too.

Hereís a no dash AFV serial range 4Ē 586.


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All these 586s are beautiful but wow, Lou_the_welder, what a nice 2.5Ē 586 you have there! Fantastic combat stocks too.

Hereís a no dash AFV serial range 4Ē 586.

Yeah, I wouldnít mind swapping my barrel out for a 2 1/2 inch 586 barrel.
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I've posted pictures of mine before in other threads it is by far my favorite Smith 586-4 with Culina grips.
Yours is much like mine, with a softer finish, unless the lighting is playing tricks.
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Yours is much like mine, with a softer finish, unless the lighting is playing tricks.
Mine shines pretty good. I messed with the lighting/positioning to avoid glare. I'm not positive are the -3s matte? Simular to a model 28?
Nice revolver by the way, the round butt 586/686 4" is the best balanced .357 revolver I have shot.
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Have a couple with 7 shot titanium cylinders in 38 spl (so they are legal here in Mexico).

I just love them!

They both have Arhends grips now.
So Tadius, where do you get the cylinders and do they have to be fitted.?

That is a unique set up,to me.
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I have a couple 586 no-dashs. The one on the left is pretty much a safe queen. It is a very early one with serial number AAA62XX. I have the original stocks but I found the ones on it now on eBay a while back....since I liked the look I put them on it. To my knowledge this one has had only 12 rounds shot through it. The one on the right is an early no-dash also, with a serial number of ACU27XX. I have the original stocks for it also, but because this one gets shot and carried hunting & camping a lot I put the Pachmayr stocks on it.

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Is the nife a drop point Schrade scrimshaw by any chance? Just wondering
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My only no dash came to me on a trade. It is a 4" from 1983. I do not shoot it often. It has worn different stock sets. I have it's original target stocks. Bob
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My only 586 is the new model -8 with all the stuff S&W purists don't like.

Shown with Eagle Heritage stocks.

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It's a Boker, 3.25" drop-point, 440C steel with polished bone handles. Cabela's had Boker make them back in the early 90's.......has the Boker Tree Brand logo with "Cabela's" in small print etched on the left side of the blade.

It's a great knife and I used it a lot while hunting for several years. Probably would still be using it but I got a couple of Bob Dozier knives that I use now for field dressing, skinning and processing.

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Iíll take a 586 over a 686 any day, and I have a 686.

Wonder if Smith has any NOS 2.5 inch barrels?
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Have a couple with 7 shot titanium cylinders in 38 spl (so they are legal here in Mexico).

I just love them!

They both have Arhends grips now.
You can't have .357 in Mexico?
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I have a no dash 6" 586.
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Here are two that I own! I have a shooter 4" that is a good truck gun!


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My S&W 586-7 4inch 7 shooter with the 'Plug' installed. This is a beautiful gun to shoot.



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Iíll take a 586 over a 686 any day, and I have a 686.
I've owned both and now only have the 586's.......I just prefer blued steel in my S&W's.

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I recently purchased a 586-6 with some of that government stimulus money. I suspect that 50 years from now it is going to be a very special shooter for
some young tyke that say's
" grandma said that it was one of grandpa's favorite shooters".
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I agree...Right now blued outnumbers stainless 8 to 1 in the S&W wing of my safe...Both my Colts are blued......Ben
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My first new gun in 1985. No dash with a Patridge.
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My 586 when I first obtained it:



I kept it like that for a long time. Made a record breaking shot with it once that my friends still talk about. But a few months ago I decided to "upgrade" it to more of a Smith & Wesson appearance.





It got a little messed up during my 2018 fire but it's still wonderful.
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Hereís my no dash 586 and my 586 L-comp. That 586 L-comp might be my favorite revolver to shoot.
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My 586 above with its shooting grips on: VZ conversions. This type has internal pins to custom fit the grips to your frame. They are great.



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I see a lot of "no dash" 586's, and most all have the S&W emblem stamped on the left side of the frame, below the thumb latch.

My no dash, and several others I have seen, have the S&W stamp on the right side, on the side plate.

When did S&W make the change to the left side stamping? My gun was the first L Frame my gun shop had seen, and was supposedly in the first production run.

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I see a lot of "no dash" 586's, and most all have the S&W emblem stamped on the left side of the frame, below the thumb latch.

My no dash, and several others I have seen, have the S&W stamp on the right side, on the side plate.

When did S&W make the change to the left side stamping? My gun was the first L Frame my gun shop had seen, and was supposedly in the first production run.

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I see a lot of "no dash" 586's, and most all have the S&W emblem stamped on the left side of the frame, below the thumb latch.

My no dash, and several others I have seen, have the S&W stamp on the right side, on the side plate.

When did S&W make the change to the left side stamping? My gun was the first L Frame my gun shop had seen, and was supposedly in the first production run.

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My no dash is from '85ish. It has the stamp on the side plate.
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I see a lot of "no dash" 586's, and most all have the S&W emblem stamped on the left side of the frame, below the thumb latch.

My no dash, and several others I have seen, have the S&W stamp on the right side, on the side plate.

When did S&W make the change to the left side stamping? My gun was the first L Frame my gun shop had seen, and was supposedly in the first production run.

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My no dash (post 6) is from '85ish. It has the stamp on the left.

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Are the current production 586s one or two-piece barrels?
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